After several days of having contractors either not answer their phones or telling me they were uninterested in the job, I called Jesus from Villalobos. He immediately returned my call and arranged for an estimate within a couple of days. He arrived punctually for the estimate and spent close to an hour evaluating the site, measuring, making suggestions and asking questions, and then gave me the estimate immediately after making a few calculations. I thought about it for a day then called and told him to go ahead. He scheduled a start date and arrived that day to begin. The work was difficult, as the 16x12 pad was to be situated on a slope and he needed to do a lot of excavation. The pad needed to be level and have equal diagonals in order for the shed to be able to be constructed on it. He and his crew spent 2 days excavating. Then they built up the site with concrete blocks and laid out the concrete forms on top of the block walls, ensuring the structure was level. He put in drainage pipes inside the structure and around the slope on the sides. Then a few days later they brought in large gravel and put in — by hand — several tons of gravel as a base. They also added rebar to reinforce the concrete blocks, and they filled these with concrete and mortared them together. Last, they poured the concrete in one day and also added concrete reinforcing to two corners outside the structure. Even though we had had no rain for weeks, the day they poured the concrete we got a real gully washer, and it roughened up the new concrete considerably. Jesus came back the following day and smoothed it out by adding a thin layer to the top. He also layered concrete over the outside of the concrete block walls they had built, making the structure look monolithic. Finally, after it had dried for several days, he came back and sealed the concrete, since it was to eventually become an interior floor. A few times I had some questions, and Jesus was always accessible by phone or text.